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JOHOR government has been urged to ramp up its vaccination efforts before moving to Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
JOHOR government has been urged to ramp up its vaccination efforts before moving to Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan (NRP). A Johorean, Ariff Mohammad Nizam, 29, said speeding up vaccination and conducting mass Covid-19 testing should be the main focus now.
THOSE with limited financial resources are finding it tough to survive the lockdown and struggling to put food on the table.
MANY poor families, low-wage migrant workers and refugees are benefitting from the free hot meals served by organisations, restaurants and Good Samaritans in Puchong, Selangor.
OWNERS of hair salons and barber shops are in dire straits and want the government to allow them to reopen for business instead of having to wait until the second phase of the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
Entrepreneurs hit by pandemic embrace change to stay relevant and bring in income.
The Johor government’s latest economic stimulus package has received the thumbs up from various groups, and is seen as “timely assistance” during this lockdown.
AN economist has warned that Kuala Lumpur establishments risk facing the same fate as the century-old Coliseum Cafe in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman if they do not turn around their business, downsize operations or temporarily close to save on operating costs.
YAYASAN Sultanah Rogayah (YSR), which provides welfare assistance to the Indian community in Johor, should be rebranded to provide entrepreneurial, business and education aid as well as opportunities, says the Johor Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JICCI).
FLOWER growers in Cameron Highlands, Pahang are relieved after receiving news that the floral industry has been allowed to resume operations from June 12.